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    GAR Staff and Field Officers' Sword Presented to the Robert E. Lee No. 1 Confederate Veterans Post.
    A wonderfully ornate Model 1860 Staff and Field officers' sword. White sharkskin grip (no wire wrapping). Large intertwined "CV" on the clamshell guard. Blade ornately etched and accented in gilt. Presentation etched on the obverse side of the blade: "Presented by John A. Andrew Post No. 15 G.A.R. / to R. E. Lee Camp No. 1 C.V." Metal scabbard with gilded mounts.

    Condition: Very good. Some modest loss to gilt; metal scabbard with an overall dark patina.
    From the Collection of Don Limpert


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 17
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